Tyler Hardin, FOX8 WGHP

Tyler Hardin

FOX8 WGHP

North Carolina, United States

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Recent articles by Tyler:

Future of former Greensboro Regency Inn uncertain

GREENSBORO, N.C. (WGHP) — The former Regency Inn and Suites in Greensboro has been vacant for six months. It was used as a warming shelter for people experiencing homelessness this past winter. The old motel at 2701 North O. Henry Boulevard was planned to be permanent supportive housing but has instead been the target of vandals. There are several […] → Read More

Burlington working to hire, keep police officers

BURLINGTON, N.C. (WGHP) — Law enforcement agencies in the Piedmont Triad are trying to attract and retain officers on patrols. Nearly a dozen officers are planning to leave the Burlington Police Department by the end of the year, according to officials. “You’ve got to bring a higher number of folks in, and you’ve got to try to retain […] → Read More

North Carolina church convenes summit to address how to help refugees

The Summit Church is coordinating with World Relief Triad in a forum called "Christian Advocacy People over Partisanship," to discuss how to help refugees, particularly from Afghanistan. → Read More

Greensboro neighborhood dealing with power outages after storm

GREENSBORO, N.C. (WGHP) — Some people living in the Hamilton Forest neighborhood in Greensboro were without electricity and running water for nearly 72 hours. Around two dozen Duke Energy lineworkers restored the power in the community Monday afternoon. “We lose power very quickly, and it takes a while to get it back,” said Richard Ranieri, […] → Read More

Woman dies after tractor-trailer crashes into overturned car on I-85 in Randolph County

RANDOLPH COUNTY, N.C. (WGHP) — One person is dead after an early morning crash in Randolph County, near Trinity. Shortly before 2 a.m. Thursday, officers responded to the crash on Interstate 85 north at the Trinity Overpass near South Main Street. The overturned vehicle blocked traffic and left shattered glass and debris scattered across both […] → Read More

Greensboro group works to reduce violent crime

GREENSBORO, N.C. (WGHP) – There have been 31 victims of homicides in Greensboro so far this year, according to Greensboro police. New crime statistics reveal murders have spiked in the northe… → Read More

Task force established in Guilford County to help those dealing with homelessness

GUILFORD COUNTY, N.C. (WGHP) — Guilford County leaders came together for the first time to form a task force to help those experiencing homelessness. More than a dozen representatives from Greensboro, High Point and Guilford County met at the old Guilford County Courthouse on Tuesday. “It’s an ongoing cycle that we have to address,” said […] → Read More

Greensboro neighbors concerned about street racing

GREENSBORO, N.C. (WGHP) – The sounds of revving engines and squealing tires have become common for some people living in Greensboro. “I feel like I live right in the center of a racetrack,” said LaVonda Leak, who lives off of Spring Garden Street. “It’s like they’ve made a track.” Leak said city streets have become a […] → Read More

School fight between student, administrator in Jamestown caught on camera

GUILFORD COUNTY, N.C. (WGHP) – A Guilford County Schools leader is addressing a video circulating on social media showing an administrator getting punched in the face. “That type of behavior is not acceptable in our schools, period,” said Mike Richey, GCS emergency management director. It happened inside a Ragsdale High School classroom Wednesday afternoon, according […] → Read More

Greensboro neighbors fight plans for future daycare

GREENSBORO, N.C. (WGHP) – The idea of transforming a house into a daycare turned into a heated discussion during the Greensboro City Council meeting. The controversial rezoning hearing lasted more than one hour Tuesday evening. Greensboro Mayor Nancy Vaughan told attendees it was the longest hearing city leaders have considered in a while. “If that house is […] → Read More

Low bonds in Greensboro cause frustration

GUILFORD COUNTY, N.C. (WGHP) — There are calls to beef up bonds in Guilford County after heated town halls and a recent string of violent acts from repeat criminals. Some members of law enforcement are concerned offenders are bailing out of jail on a low bond or written promise only to get booked a short […] → Read More

‘I ought to shoot this b**** up’: New details revealed after man accused of robbery, shooting at Greensboro officer

GREENSBORO, N.C. (WGHP) — Warrants have revealed new details after shots were fired at a Greensboro officer responding to a robbery on Tuesday afternoon. Zenas-Antonio Landon Humphrey, 23, of McLeansville, and a 15-year-old female suspect were arrested. On Monday, police say Humphrey trespassed at a home on Crossbend Road. On Tuesday, police say he returned […] → Read More

Debris on Greensboro roads poses danger

GREENSBORO, N.C. (WGHP) — Debris in the road or on the side of it poses a danger to drivers in Greensboro. The issue has the attention of city leaders. FOX8 crews spotted dozens of blown tires, vehicle parts and several bumpers across the city on Monday. “After an accident, I think we will drive down the street, […] → Read More

Vigil held in memory of Reidsville girl shot, killed

REIDSVILLE, N.C. (WGHP) — People gathered to remember a bright spirit and the smile of a 10-year-old girl who was shot and killed in Reidsville. “Laelani was a great little girl, very sweet, loving, caring little girl who made everybody around her smile,” said Stephanie Knight, who taught Laelani when she was in the fourth […] → Read More

After 3 weeks in hotels, more than 100 NC A&T State freshmen will finally move onto campus

GREENSBORO, N.C. (WGHP) — Dozens of first-year students at North Carolina A&T State University have been living in hotels since the start of the school year. Now, they’re finally getting a chance to move onto campus. The university says that about 130 students will be moving out of the nearby Drury and Marriott hotels and […] → Read More

Driver in Northwest Blvd crash was under 16, attempting to avoid traffic stop, Forsyth County Sheriff’s Office says

WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. (WGHP) — A teen under the age of 16 was behind the wheel of a crash that sent multiple people to the hospital, the sheriff’s office says. On Monday morning, Winston-Salem police and fire, as well as the Forsyth County Sheriff’s Office, responded to a crash in the area of Trade Street, on […] → Read More

Commissioners in Forsyth County approve controversial development

FORSYTH COUNTY, N.C. (WGHP) — A controversial development is one step closer to breaking ground in southwest Forsyth County. Forsyth County commissioners unanimously approved rezoning more than 300 acres of property south of Tanglewood Park and golf course in Clemmons on Thursday. Farmland will transform into the Riverwalk community. It includes 537 home sites, some of which back […] → Read More

Cleaning crews set to remove mold from Guilford County jail

GUILFORD COUNTY, N.C. (WGHP) — Cleaning crews will spend the next two months removing mold from inside the Guilford County Detention Center in Greensboro. Ten newly released testing results reveal the extent of the problem and the time-consuming removal process in the 10-year-old facility. Environmental experts found two types of molds around the housing units and […] → Read More

Immigrant facility in Greensboro delayed because of contract issue

GREENSBORO, N.C. (WGHP) – The influx of immigrant children at the U.S. Department of Health & Human Services facility on Hobbs Road has been delayed, and some contract workers have been sent home due to the delays. WGHP has learned that about two-thirds of roughly 500 employees of Deployed Services, a government contractor based in […] → Read More

Groundbreaking for GCS schools this week

GUILFORD COUNTY, N.C. (WGHP) -— Guilford County Schools are breaking ground on six new school projects this week. It’s paid for by the $300 million 2020 school bond voters approved. School di… → Read More